Adnoc Review 2017

Adnoc’s petrochemical production will be increased from an annual 4.5 million tonnes now to over 11 million tonnes by 2025. The efforts are part of a broader goal of stretching the barrel to maximise the value of local oil production...






The $122 million project includes the world’s largest high-pressure compressor unit, which will take a total of 41 million standard square feet per day of dry CO2...






With oil majors BP, Total and ExxonMobil now having secured their positions, only 12 per cent of the Adco field (out of the 40 per cent allocated to foreign companies) remains to be allocated, which is anticipated to take place early in 2017...






The Dubai-based federal entity Emirates General Petroleum Corp (Emarat) in late 2011 issued a study warning that the UAE’s demand for natural gas will reach 25,000 mcfd by 2025. The previous forecast for UAE demand by 2025 was 20,000 mcfd...






Adma-Opco and Zadco are currently pressing ahead with capacity expansion plans, which are central to Abu Dhabi’s goal of increasing overall production capacity from the current roughly 3 mbpd to 3.5 mbpd by 2019 and 3.8 mbpd by around 2024...






What makes Castrol’s newly-launched Vecton unique is its System 5 technology that enables engine performance adapt to dynamic changing conditions...






The Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company (Takreer), an Adnoc Group company, announced the awarding of two major contracts for its Gasoline and Aromatics Project (GAP), which will significantly increase its gasoline production capacity...






The firm announced that it has completed 30 per cent of the construction works in the "Water Bay" project, which is a three residential towers project built in Bahrain Bay and consists of 196 apartments each, a total of 588 apartments...






Over 8,000 oil and gas professionals are expected to converge at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre to debate and shape the future of the oil and gas industry in the region over the course of the conference and parallel exhibition...






Tags